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Samsung to add “Smart Scroll” and “Smart Pause” in upcoming Jelly Bean update

Samsung to add “Smart Scroll” and “Smart Pause” in upcoming Jelly Bean update

We've talked about some of the rumored features coming to the Galaxy S IV in the past, including "Eye Scroll" and "Eye Pause," two features that track your eyes in order to automatically scroll web pages or pause video, respectively. However, in a couple of leaked photos from an Android 4.2.1 update for the Galaxy S III, it looks like the feature will be coming to Samsung's current flagship device under different names.

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Samsung Galaxy S IV shows up on Expansys

Samsung Galaxy S IV shows up on Expansys

Just last night, EVLeaks dropped some renders of the Galaxy S IV on Twitter, giving us a glimpse at what the new smartphone may look like when its eventually unveiled on March 14. However, it looks like those renders actually came from the device's landing page on Expansys, an online electronics retailer. Furthermore, the tweet from EVLeaks has since been deleted. UPDATE: Expansys has since made clear that these renders come from their web designer and were not meant to be seen as actual images of the device - so cool your jets!

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Nokia EOS to sport aluminum body, waterproof nano coating

Nokia EOS to sport aluminum body, waterproof nano coating

We've heard ramblings of Nokia's upcoming rumored flagship before, known as the "EOS" or "Catwalk." This time around, we're hearing some really interesting tidbits of about the phone, most particularly that it'll come with an aluminum outer shell, and will be waterproof thanks to a special nano coating from P2i, which is a partnership that the company's allegedly worked out at Mobile World Congress last week.

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Apple iWatch tipped for 2013 launch

Apple iWatch tipped for 2013 launch

We've been hearing about a lot of buzz about a possible new smartwatch coming straight out of Cupertino. While we've certainly heard a lot about what the alleged watch will feature, we've never heard many rumors about when we'd actually be able to buy the thing. It turns out, however, that sources are saying the iWatch will be available to consumers this year.

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Xbox 720 unveil rumored for April after PS4 surprise

Xbox 720 unveil rumored for April after PS4 surprise

It looks like this week's unveiling of the PlayStation 4 caught one company by surprise and are deciding to unveil their new console earlier than expected. According to a handful of developers and industry professionals, including a Sony official, it's said that the Redmond-based company was caught "off-guard" by the PS4 announcement and is currently scrambling to get the Xbox 720 revealed earlier than expected.

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iPad mini 2nd-generation rear shell leaks

iPad mini 2nd-generation rear shell leaks

We haven't been hearing much hearsay on the second-generation iPad mini. Of course, we know it's coming at some point, but today's leak seems to be the first out of many that we'll see in the coming months. Unconfirmed photos of what appear to be the rear shell of the second-gen iPad mini have leaked out onto the interwebs.

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Microsoft next-gen Kinect sensor to support 1080p, USB 3.0, and 60ms latency

Microsoft next-gen Kinect sensor to support 1080p, USB 3.0, and 60ms latency

There's a lot of talk going on about Microsoft's next-generation gaming console, but we haven't heard a whole lot about the console's next-generation Kinect sensor add-on. According to a leak, the new Kinect will feature quite a bit of upgrades from the current sensor, including full HD streaming, and a quicker latency that's cut down by a third from the current Kinect sensor.

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